"All You Can Eat" Quickflix $15

Written by Oonagh Reidy     29/04/2013 | 14:51 | Category: MUSIC & VIDEO

Cheap all you can eat is now on Quickflix menu.

QuickFlicks has three "unlimited" new subscription plans promising all you-can-eat DVDs and Blu-rays (mail delivered) plus unlimited streaming of movies and TV shows.

The three subscription options lets you have either one, two or three DVD/Blu-rays out-at-a-time plus unlimited Internet streaming via QF Play.

The all you can eats are priced at $14.99, $24.99 and $34.99 per month respectively. Latest release movies and upcoming current and recent seasons of TV are available on a pay per view or pay per episode.

Recent stats show the number of QF users streaming content rose almost 20% in its December quarter. 

There also unlimited rotations of DVDs, so subscribers can watch and return a DVD and get the next without any restriction. 

Subscribers can cancel anytime without due dates or late fees unlike a traditional video shop. 

In a recent interview with SmartHouse, Quickflix CEO Stephen Langsford said he was eyeing the traditional DVD store's customers, which appear to be endeared with Internet streaming. 

QF offers 60,000 movie and TV series on DVD and Blu-ray, including latest releases, classics, foreign and independent titles - everything from The Sporanos, Grand Designs to movies Kon Tiki, Red Dog and Animal kingdom.

Unlimited streaming allows a subscriber's household to register up to six devices - smartTVs, XBOX, smartphones, desktops, laptops, tablets like iPad.  

You can stream up to three movies or TV shows simultaneously depending on the broadband connection.

QF boss Langsford says QF's all you can eat menu offer is "hard to beat". 

For as little as $14.99 per month, all Australians have access to unlimited entertainment through Quickflix and we think that's hard to beat."

"Our subscription plans are easy to understand, deliver incredible value and provide the utmost flexibility with no long term contracts or fussy with set top boxes.



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